Combining the MicroTime 200 with the Bruker BioScope Catalyst AFM for Multiparameter Cell Imaging

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Author: PicoQuant GmbH and Bruker - Nano Surfaces
Thursday, August 18, 2016
PicoQuant GmbH

Combining atomic force microscopy (AFM) with single-molecule-sensitive fluorescence microscopy grants fascinating insights into the structure and interactions in cells. The AFM part reveals structural information of macromolecular complexes, while fluorescence lifetime data facilitates identification of their constituent parts, opening up new prospects in imaging, without sacrificing any capabilities.

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